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An announcement on Unicode states: 'Unicode 10.0 adds 8,518 characters, for a total of 136,690 characters.'These additions include four new scripts, for a total of 139 scripts, as well as 56 new emoji characters.'Various facial expressions were added, including star-struck, face with raised eyebrow, shushing face and a face with hand over mouth.
When AMD affects one eye, it’s very likely to affect the other one too. I can turn my head ninety degrees to the left and look out my office window, and see clearly that the dog 200m away is a boxer, and that the car parked down the hill and across the river is a silver Vauxhall Astra.Almost two years ago, sometime in January 2009, I had my regular optician’s appointment.Unexpectedly, they found a noticeable deterioration in the vision in my left eye, and I was referred to an ophthalmologist for further tests.The emoji set also includes new flags for England, Scotland and Wales - which may be a hit with sports fans.The new emoji set will include mystical creatures such as mermaids and mermen, fairies, vampires and mages, amongst other additions i OS 11.1 will include the characters Apple announced on World Emoji Day, including everything from male and female zombies to an exploding head smiley face and a breastfeeding woman.The world will dissolve into a grey, distorted mush, with ever-lengthening permanent shadows clouding my sight.
Eventually, I will be unable to drive a car, read a book, or see my partner’s face, making me legally blind.
The outcome was that, whilst there’s nothing active going on at the moment, it’s a strong possibility that I’ll suffer from a condition known as macular degeneration during my adult life.
This condition usually affects much older people (and thus is commonly called macular degeneration, or AMD). If AMD does indeed flare up and progress, it will slowly rob me of my central vision.
As a software developer, adding support for accessibility likely seems like a major hassle to benefit a minority of customers.
I felt that way too, on all counts, but it’s just not the case.
If you’re the average sighted person, you probably have no idea what accessibility technologies are (other than being vaguely aware of text-to-speech, screen magnification, and suchlike).